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|10 Reasons Not To Attack Iraq - Stan|
Iraq has not attacked us, there is no evidence, cost, deaths, antagonistic, middle eastern relations, suffering, etc
Keywords: Saddam Hussein; Iraq; War
|Democracy Now! Friday, February 9, 1998 - Democracy Now!|
* U.S. Peace Caravan Sets Off to Iraq As the U.S. threatens military strikes against Iraq, Voices in the Wilderness announced that its 11th delegation (joint U.S./U.K.) will depart today for Baghdad with over $110,000 worth of medicine and medical supplies for children’s hospitals. * Media Lacking Various Perspectives On Iraq For months, Clinton has been excoriated for weakness in responding to Saddam Hussein’s refusal to allow weapons inspectors into certain sites in Iraq...
Keywords: Iraq, Saddam Hussein, Israel
|Rumsfeld Saddam Hussein Iraq - Rumsfeld Saddam Hussein Iraq|
Rumsfeld Saddam Hussein Iraq
Keywords: Rumsfeld Saddam Hussein Iraq
|Scott Ritter: Weapons of Mass Delusion - Alternate Focus|
In the months before March 2003, protesters around the world were joined by heads of state, U.N. officials, and religious leaders speaking out against the invasion. They labeled it a "war of aggression." But while these events were unfolding, Scott Ritter, a former intelligence officer holding the rank of Major in the U.S. Marine Corps, was warning Americans that they were being manipulated. From 1991 to 1998, he led the U.N...
Keywords: iraq; media; military; saddam hussein
|Republic of Iraq - Old National Anthem - Republic of Iraq|
This is the instrumental version of the old national anthem of the Republic of Iraq. It was used before the United States invasion of 2003.
Keywords: iraq; saddam hussein; national anthem
|uploaded video files 02:31 - Saddam Hussein ( www.iraqlion.org )|
Saddam Hussein ( www.iraqlion.org )
Keywords: Saddam Hussein ( www.iraqlion.org )
|For The Record #295 - Update on Foot-and-Mouth Disease and Mad-Cow Disease - Dave Emory|
FTR #295 1. Presenting more information about the outbreaks of foot-and-mouth and mad-cow diseases, this program begins with discussion of contingency plans to handle foot-and-mouth should the disease break out in the United States. These plans entail the coordinated efforts of a number of governmental agencies and could be viewed as a step that, in certain respects, would move the country closer to a form of limited martial law...
Keywords: Bio Weapons; Iraq; Saddam Hussein
|Saddam Hussein: the fighter, the thinker and the man part II - Dr. Amir Iskandar|
A sympathetic biography; Part 2 chapters 10-19
Keywords: Saddam Hussein; Ba'athism; Iraq
|Saddam Hussein: the fighter, the thinker and the man - Dr. Amir Iskandar|
A sympathetic biography; contains part 1, and part 2 chapters 1-10
Keywords: Saddam Hussein; Ba'athism; Iraq
|Saddam Hussein: the fighter, the thinker and the man III - Dr. Amir Iskandar|
The final chapter a sympathetic biography; contains part 3
Keywords: Saddam Hussein; Ba'athism; Iraq
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Friday, December 20, 2002|
FSRN EXCLUSIVE: Turkey to Invade Iraq The United States is preparing a rapid increase in its military strength in the Middle East, almost doubling the number of troops near Iraq. Defense officials in Washington are quoted as saying there are plans to move another 50,000 troops next month to join the 60,000 based in the Gulf and Turkey. Meanwhile, Free Speech Radio News has learned the Turkish Army has planned to invade and occupy a large part of Northern Iraq as part of a possible US War to oust...
Keywords: iraq; military; saddam hussein; scotus; turkey; washington
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Thursday, September 26, 2002|
International Debate Over Iraq Continues(4:08) Three months into the congressional debate on Iraq,centrist Democrats now show signs they'd like to slow the President's drive toward a wider war. But in Senate testimony today, former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger urged support for a congressional resolution in support of US action. Another former Secretary of State, Madeline Albright said the White House and congress should deal with Saddam Hussein through the UN...
Keywords: bush; democratic party; environment; iraq; saddam hussein
|For The Record #52 - The Terror Connection Part 1 - Dave Emory|
FTR #52 As the investigation into the West's clandestine arming of Saddam Hussein proceeded, indications began to emerge that a cover-up had taken place. This segment discusses a number of aspects of the "Iraqgate" scandal, including the murder of one of the arms dealers involved in the U.S. arming of Saddam. The killing took place in Latin America, just as American investigators were looking in the direction of some of the operations that surrounded his (the dealer's) efforts on behalf of the U...
Keywords: Cover-Up; Iraq; Iraqgate; Saddam Hussein
|For The Record #31 - Kamel Hussein and Iraqgate - Dave Emory|
FTR #31 For all the discussion that took place before, during and after the Persian Gulf War, comparatively little attention has been paid to the well-documented fact that Western nations, including and especially the United States, had much to do with arming Sadam Hussein. These segments focus on the role of Kamel Hussein, Sadam's son-in-law, in the acquisition of Iraq's arsenal. Kamel later defected to the West in late 1995âonly to return to Iraq and be executed as a traitor some months later...
Keywords: Cover-Up; Iran; Iraq; Iraqgate; Saddam Hussein
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Wednesday, May 22, 2002|
Former Klansman Guilt in Church Bombing A mostly white jury found 71 year old Robert Frank Cherry guilty of murdering four black girls in connection with the bombing the Six Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama over 30 years ago. The Church was a gathering spot for blacks protesting segregation in Birmingham in the early 1960s.It was bombed on Sept. 15, 1963, just five days after the city's public schools were integrated.Jack Hickey was in the courtroom...
Keywords: bush; elections; environment; iraq; rights; saddam hussein; scotus; washington
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Monday, May 31, 2004|
See Photos from the Documentary Iraq: One Year of Occupation and Resistance A year ago -- on May 1, 2003, President George W. Bush co-piloted a fighter jet onto the air-craft carrier, the USS Abraham Lincoln off the coast of Southern California. There, behind a giant banner reading "Mission Accomplished" declared a victory for the forces of liberty and peace in the world. He told the assembled troops: "Because of you, a tyrant has fallen...
Keywords: 9-11; bush; california; iraq; saddam hussein; torture
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Friday, August 09, 2002|
British MP Says Britian Won't Join an Attack on Iraq(4:18) A top US military chief today said that resuming weapons inspections in Iraq would be ineffective because its most feared arsenal could easily be hidden. Iraq, which has refused to deal with U.N. inspectors since they left nearly four years ago, last week invited the chief inspector to Baghdad for talks on weapons issues. This as Dick Armey, a Texas Republican who is the majority leader of the House of Representatives, said yesterday tha...
Keywords: UN; bush; death penalty; iraq; military; rights; saddam hussein
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Thursday, February 27, 2003|
Bush's Feb 26th Speech(4:02) Last night, in a televised address to an Annual dinner of the American Enterprise Institute President Bush again warned that the UN Security Council needed to assert its authority over Saddam Hussein.He laid out his administration's plans for nation building in what he claims will be a democratic post-Saddam Iraq, while in his first significant remarks in 8 months on the Israeli Palestinian conflict, Bush said that ousting the Iraqi president would bring peace to the...
Keywords: EU; bush; california; iraq; islam; israel; palestine; saddam hussein; turkey
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Friday, October 04, 2002|
Nader: We Need to Refocus The House Internal Relations Committee voted late last night to approve a resolution authorizing President Bush to use the military "as he determines necessary and appropriate." The Senate and the the Upper house voted 95-1 to open preliminary debate on the issue. The votes came as Colin Powell consulted with Russia and other countries about the economic and political ramifications of ousting Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein...
Keywords: brazil; bush; california; elections; iraq; military; rights; russia; saddam hussein
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Thursday, July 04, 2002|
To download just the documentary, without the intro, click here. Collatoral Voices: A Report from the Frontlines of Iraq Ever since the September 11th attacks on the World TradeCenter And Pentagon, The Bush Administration has publicly threatened to attack Iraq.Bush has labelled the country as part of an axis of evil and has vowed to bring down Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein.And some analysts say that this week could be a breaking point...
Keywords: 9-11; UN; bush; iraq; pentagon; saddam hussein; washington
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Wednesday, October 02, 2002|
US and UK Reject UN-Iraq Compromise The United States and Britain have rejected the latest compromise between Iraq and the United Nations on sending weapons inspectors into Iraq - Iraq refuses to comply with U.S. demands for weapons inspectors to enter President Saddam Hussein's palaces. On Capitol Hill, some lawmakers want more debate on the issue. Today the House leadership agreed on a resolution authorizing force, however, the Senate remains divided.Josh Chaffin reports from Capitol Hill...
Keywords: UN; bush; iraq; military; privitization; saddam hussein; south africa; unions
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Friday, April 05, 2002|
Israeli Tanks Continue Invasion, Israeli Troops Fire on Journalists Israeli tanks entered new Palestinian territory, this morning tanks rolled into Tubas, a town of 20,000 in the West Bank where a 14-year-old Palestinian girl was killed by Israeli tank fire as she watched the scene from her balcony. In Nablus, smoke from burning cars and shops rose from the downtown area and frightened residents huddled in the innermost rooms of their apartments...
Keywords: 9-11; bush; iraq; israel; military; palestine; rights; saddam hussein
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Wednesday, October 16, 2002|
Bush Signs Authorization Bill President Bush signed the "Authorization for the use of Military Force Against Iraq" today, the culmination of what some critics found to be a less than great debate in the United States Congress on the use of force. Although the United States has shown some willingness to proceed with the United Nations, many observers now see war as imminent. Gareth Schweitzer reports from Washington...
Keywords: UN; bush; elections; iraq; military; saddam hussein; washington
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Tuesday, November 19, 2002|
US Spies Infiltrate UN Inspection Team? As UN weapons inspectors went back to into Iraq this week for the first time in five years, Chief Inspector Hans Blix says the White House is already being quote "unhelpful". US officials have questioned Mr. Blix's ability to do the job of disarming Saddam Hussein. Critics of US foreign policy see the White House trying to undermine the inspections effort. The last time inspectors were in Iraq, the mission was infiltrated by US spies, undermining its legit...
Keywords: immigration; india; iraq; pentagon; saddam hussein; visas; wtc
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Wednesday, June 15, 2005|
Features Senate Judiciary Committee Considers Guantanamo Bay Prisoner Rights (4:10) A military lawyer appointed to represent a Guantanamo Bay detainee testified in Congress today that his client was forced to plead guilty to an unspecified war crime in order to see a lawyer. The testimony came as the Senate Judiciary Committee held an open hearing on whether detainees being held at Guantanamo Bay are being afforded their rights to due process...
Keywords: attorney general; birthday; detainees; environment; military; saddam hussein; washington
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Monday, November 26, 2001|
US MARINES ON AFGHAN SOIL (2:30) More than 500 U.S. Marines have taken an airstrip in southern Afghanistan.. It was the first major seizure of Afghan territory by American ground forces in the war against the Taliban. Jeremy Scahill has more. WAR IN AFGHANISTAN, UN TALKS IN GERMANY (4:08) A United Nations brokered conference on the future of Afghanistan starts in Bonn, Germany tommorrow. But as Tony Cross reports from Kabul not everyone will be at the table...
Keywords: EU; UN; afghanistan; iraq; islam; military; privacy; riots; saddam hussein
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Monday, March 24, 2003|
War Coverage ? The Latest News As US troops are quickly advancing on Baghdad, the past 24 hours has seen the bloodiest fighting of the five-day US-led war against Iraq. Deepa Fernandes reports. Turkish Border Delays A US special envoy has failed to reach an agreement with Turkey today over whether Turkish troops should go into Northern Iraq. The US opposes any Turkish intervention, as Washington says their presence in Northern Iraq could lead to friendly fire incidents with U.S...
Keywords: bush; india; iraq; kurds; protest; rights; saddam hussein; turkey; washington
|Conflict: Iraq - Banana Productions|
A parody of events leading up to the 2003 Iraq War. Famous faces such as Saddam Hussein and George Bush are drawn onto bananas and satirized.
Keywords: bananas; politics; independent; movies; iraq; george bush; saddam hussein
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Monday, October 21, 2002|
Hussein Frees Iraq's Prisoners Iraq remains stunned today, less than 24 hours after Saddam Hussein announced that he was emptying all of the country's prisons, releasing even political prisoners, army deserters and those convicted of crimes against the state. The Iraqi government said the move was a gesture of gratitude from the president, after he claimed a 100% 'yes' vote in last week's national referendum...
Keywords: elections; india; iraq; mexico; military; riots; saddam hussein; suicide
|Quest for Saddam - Gameplay|
Gameplay footage of the 2003 game, Quest for Saddam, released by Petrilla Entertainment. Note: I, the uploader of this clip, in no way endorse the implied claims or messages in this game. I provide it here for research purposes.
Keywords: video game; video; gameplay; saddam hussein; quest for saddam
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Thursday, August 01, 2002|
Iraq Hearings, Day Two(3:55) In the second day of Capitol Hill hearings on Iraq, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee heard testimony on what the US role would be "the day after" a US attack on Saddam Hussein's regime.But critics of the process say Congress isn't asking the fundamental question, "why attack Iraq in the first place?"Joshua Chaffin reports from the Capitol What Happened at Jenin?(1:24) After being denied access to the site of the Jenin refugee camp by the Israeli government to c...
Keywords: UN; california; elections; iraq; israel; military; palestine; riots; saddam hussein
|After Saddam: Who Stands Accountable for the Situation in Iraq? by Clovis Maksoud - Palestine Center|
The dramatic symbolism of Saddam Hussein’s capture and the fall of the Iraqi regime should not distract us from an in-depth analysis of the potential political consequences these two events could have on Iraq and the people of the region. The question that should be addressed, according to Clovis Maksoud, director of the Center for the Global South, is will those who violated the United Nations Charter by invading Iraq and subsequently occupied the country be held accountable? Yet although the...
Keywords: Palestine Center; Clovis Maksoud; Iraq; Saddam Hussein; audio; mp3
|Tribute to the Iraqi President Saddam Hussein - Fallujans|
Tribute to Saddam Hussein from the Iraqi people of AL-Anbar and Baghdad. For Educational Purpose. DO not report.
Keywords: Saddam Hussein Iraq Iraqi Resistance Baghdad Bush Anbar Fallujah Islam
|The Trial of Saddam Hussein by Daoud Khairallah (2003) - Palestine Center|
The Trial of Saddam Hussein " Report from a Palestine Center briefing by Daoud Khairallah After the United States failed to find weapons of mass destruction in Iraq and could not establish a link between al-Qaeda and Saddam, it is now arguing that its primary objective for the invasion and occupation of Iraq was to bring ''democracy'' to Iraq. However, argued Daoud Khairallah, former general counsel for the World Bank summary: http://www.thejerusalemfund.org/images/fortherecord.php?ID=22
Keywords: Palestine Center; Daoud Khairallah; Saddam Hussein; audio; mp3; free
|Enter the Third Murderer - Giles Raymond DeMourot|
Fictionalized account of events taking place on the eve of the 1st Gulf War against Saddam Hussein's Iraq. A spy story. A wealth of factual background.
Keywords: Iraq; War; Saddam Hussein; George WH Bush; CIA
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Monday, February 03, 2003|
Shuttle Columbia Accident(2:29) As NASA this morning warned that the debrief field from the Shuttle Columbia accident is larger than they originally thought, the nation mourned the 7 crew members, including an Israeli man, and an Indian and African-American Woman, who all died. Yet as Dr Michio Kaku, Professor of Theoretical Physics at the City University of NY told KPFA's Chris Welch the accident could have been even more of a disaster...
Keywords: EU; NSA; india; iraq; israel; military; nuclear power; palestine; privacy; rights; saddam hussein; unions
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Tuesday, June 03, 2003|
Kidnapping of Iraqi Girls? Thousands of Iraqi Muslims marched through the streets of Baghdad today, demanding that U.S. troops withdraw from the country. One banner from the crowd read in English: "Saddam and America are two faces of the same coin". And as correspondent Fariba Nawareports from Baghdad, paranoia is mounting over rumors of kidnapping of young school girls. Where are the WMD's? The former civilian head of the US Army, Thomas White, who was recently fired after well publicized feuds...
Keywords: bush; france; iraq; islam; israel; military; nigeria; palestine; rumsfeld; russia; saddam hussein; washington
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Tuesday, August 10, 2004|
A federal judge is holding a Time Magazine reporter in contempt of court for refusing to give testimony in the investigation of which federal official named a CIA operative. The judge ruled that freedom of the press protections are irrelevant in the case of ?a grand jury acting in good faith.? The editor of the Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting?s magazine ?Extra,? Jim Naureckas said, anonymity is key tool for journalists to obtain essential information but is being misused in this situation...
Keywords: NSA; bush; elections; nigeria; oil; protest; rebellion; rights; riots; saddam hussein; south africa; uranium
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Tuesday, July 30, 2002|
Corporate Accountability Law on the Books(3:55) In a ceremony involving members of congress, the Justice Department, the Securities and Exchange Commission, and the new so called financial crimes "swat team," President Bush today signed legislation to restore investor confidence in American corporations. The new corporate accountability package increases the penalties for securites fraud.Vice President Cheney's old company Halliburton is under investigation for securities fraud, allegedly perpet...
Keywords: NATO; bush; cheney; courage; environment; halliburton; iraq; islam; israel; military; palestine; saddam hussein; suicide
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Friday, March 12, 2004|
Aristide goes to Jamaica Former Haitian President Jean Bertrand Aristide will arrive in Jamaica next week for a two-month stay. But his impending arrival is already creating a political stir. Patrick Scudder reports from Jamaica. Meanwhile, as Jamaica and other Caribbean nations are tentative in supporting President Aristide, people across the Caribbean are standing up and saying that Aristide?s treatment should not be tolerated...
Keywords: 9-11; NATO; bush; california; elections; environment; iraq; military; rebellion; saddam hussein; scotus; unions; washington
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Monday, November 18, 2002|
Weapons Inspectors arrive in Iraq A UN Weapons Inspection team lead by Hans Blix arrived in Baghdad today and met with Iraqi officials in the lead up to the resumption of the inspections for weapons of mass destruction that the US accuses Saddam Hussein of developing. Reuters is reporting that Blix has said he cannot guarantee that his team of inspectors is free of intelligence spies. Jacqueline Soohen of Big Noise Films has just returned from one month in Iraq and she says there is a sense of r...
Keywords: bush; civil disobediance; iraq; islam; israel; jihad; korea; labor movement; military; palestine; protest; saddam hussein
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Friday, October 10, 2003|
Iranian Woman Wins Peace Prize The first woman judge in Iran is now the first Iranian and first Muslim woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize. Shirin Ebadi, according to the Nobel Committee, earned the award "for her efforts for democracy and human rights," particularly for women and children in her country. In a press conference, she said, "The fight for human rights is conducted in Iran by the Iranian people and we are against any foreign intervention in Iran.? Red Cross Criticizes US Gitmo Policy...
Keywords: NATO; bush; cheney; iran; iraq; islam; israel; mexico; military; palestine; protest; rebellion; rights; saddam hussein
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Wednesday, July 23, 2003|
NYC Councilman James Davis died today after a gunman opened fire inside NY City's council chambers US House Blocks New FCC Rules US House Rolls Back Provision of the USA Patriot Act Terror Charges Dismissed Against Attorney Lynne Stewart Radio for Peace International Shuttered Aid Takes the Rap(3:45) The Bush Administration has another explanation for why it used bad intelligence to justify the Iraq invasion...
Keywords: UN; bush; france; india; iraq; palestine; riots; russia; saddam hussein; uranium
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Wednesday, March 05, 2003|
Demonstrations in Baghdad (1:16) Members of Iraq's security forces held large demonstrations today in Baghdad, this comes as Iraq has begunincreasing the military and police presence on the streets of the capital city.From Baghdad,Jeremy Scahill reports. Islamic Conference Divided (2:47) The gathering of the 57-member Organization of the Islamic Conference was the third high-level gathering in the Middle East this week aimed at trying to prevent a war and the second to be marred by bitter, insul...
Keywords: al-qaeda; death penalty; elections; india; iraq; islam; military; palestine; rebellion; saddam hussein; scotus
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Monday, December 24, 2001|
CANADA'S CRACKDOWN ON CIVIL LIBERTIES The United Nations Security Council requested that countries around theworld enact legislative measures to fight terrorism, by today. On time for that request was Canada's Parliament, which passed bill C36 bill last Tuesday night; Protesters from the Teddy Bear Brigade in Vancouver won the rightto a series of public meetings about these anti-terrorism bills with Member of Parliament and C36 supporter, Stephen Owen by occupying his office last week...
Keywords: UN; bill clinton; iraq; islam; military; pacifism; protest; rights; saddam hussein
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Tuesday, October 07, 2003|
CA Recall In Progress Long lines greeted poll workers at key locations in California as other election officials braced to count millions of absentee ballots in the hyped recall election. Max Pringle reports from KPFA in Berkeley. Chicago Garbage Collectors on Strike Chicago?s garbage is piling up as more than 3,000 private trash collectors continue their strike. Tom Robb with WZRD reports from Chicago...
Keywords: bush; california; detainees; elections; iran; iraq; israel; kurds; military; palestine; saddam hussein; turkey; washington
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Wednesday, March 26, 2003|
Bush Meets Blair President Bush addressed troops at MacDill Air force Base in Tampa, Florida earlier today, a few hours before his meeting with his British counterpart, Tony Blair. There is speculate that the Bush-Blair meeting at Camp David could see the announcement of a significant cut in dues the US pays to the United Nations. And as Ian Forest Reports, the meeting between the leaders will also evaluate a war that has so far seen more US & UK casualties than expected...
Keywords: EU; NATO; UN; bush; california; iran; iraq; kurds; military; palestine; russia; saddam hussein; scotus
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Thursday, July 01, 2004|
Saddam Hussein on Trial Saddam Hussein and eleven other members of the former regime were in an Iraqi court today to answer charges of war crimes and genocide.During the 30-minute hearing, Saddam said, ?Bush is a villain.All of this is theatre. It is for his re-election.? The thinner and grey-bearded former Iraqi leader spoke defiantly; often looking around the courtroom while the seven charges were read.At the last one, the 1990 invasion of Kuwait, Saddam said he performed that duty in his offi...
Keywords: afghanistan; bush; california; death penalty; elections; genocide; india; iraq; military; oil; pakistan; saddam hussein; scotus
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Thursday, December 18, 2003|
State Employee Says No Random Drug Testing A veteran Florida state employee is suing the state's Department of Juvenile Justice for firing him after refusing to submit to a random drug test.Mitch Perry reports from WMNF. Australian at Gitmo Gets Attorney An Australian lawyer has just been granted access to see his client being held by the United States government for close to two years at the U.S. military base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.Josh Chaffin has more...
Keywords: 9-11; UN; bill clinton; biological weapons; bush; iraq; military; rights; saddam hussein; scotus; washington; wtc